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O'Neill's (formerly The George) (O'Neill's (Mitchells & Butlers) )

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Greene King - Strong SuffolkGood1
Wadworth - Bishop's TippleAcceptable1
Marston's - EPAAcceptable1
Adnams - BroadsideNot Tried0
Banks's - Young's London Original (was Bitter) - previously brewed in Bedford and at WychwoodNot Tried0

Visits Details

21 Feb 2012 (Stephen Harris)
Not particularly busy early evening – everything is rather sub-Wetherspoon.
Greene King - Strong Suffolk5.00GoodAges since I’ve seen this beer available on cask. A deep ruby red, complex beer. Smooth and mellow, but with only a hint of the sour flavours (which perhaps develop better in the bottle?).
Wadworth - Bishop's Tipple5.00AcceptableAmber coloured. Cloying and sweet. Is this really the same beer that used to have such a good reputation?
Marston's - EPA3.60AcceptableAn amber-coloured, easy-drinking, rather unchallenging, cheapo bitter.
Adnams - Broadside4.70Not Tried
Banks's - Young's London Original (was Bitter) - previously brewed in Bedford and at Wychwood3.70Not Tried

About the O'Neill's (formerly The George)

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Enfield, Greater London, EN2 6LE.

This is a large pub in a very prominent town centre position. It has had a rather chequered recent history and is now (2012) branded by M&B as a Samuel Cooper Freehouse – a chain which is superficially rather similar to the JD Wetherspoon chain. Subsequently (2013) rebranded to Oak Tree chain within M&B. Further rebranded to be an O'Neill's in November 2017.

We have visited this pub once, seen 5 different beers and tried 3 of them.

Map location

Postcode: EN2 6LE